Category Archive » Low Carbohydrate

Personal Trainer Portland Oregon | What Is Eating Clean | Dieting Healthy

Posted On November 8th, 2013

To live a healthy lifestyle, people are encouraged to stay active and eat clean, but how can you eat clean if you don’t know what that means?  The same goes for when you hear about the latest exercise move that will torch fat, but you don’t know how to do it. Researching and understanding health […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Is Gluten Free A Trend | Gluten Craze

Posted On November 6th, 2013

The gluten free craze is still strong and in full effect. . The big question is: is it necessary? We wrote a blog post earlier this month explaining what gluten is and what type of disorder is associated with this part of a specific food. I feel that one has to look at the trends […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | What Type of Food to Avoid | Portland, Oregon

Posted On October 19th, 2013

There are so many personal trainers, fitness enthusiasts and self proclaimed experts who are telling us what to eat, what to avoid and what is the latest and greatest meal plan. You need to take all of this with a grain of salt, because you need to look at it in a more simplified way. […]

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Personal Trainer Portland Or | The Importance of Carbohydrates

Posted On July 25th, 2013

Cutting carbs is a popular trend right now that has more disadvantages than advantages. Our bodies use carbohydrates for several functions; tissues and cells use it for energy and it is the body’s main source of fuel. We convert carbs easily to glucose as our main energy source, before using fat or protein. There are […]

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Portland Fitness: You Need To Pay Attention To The Type of Fat & Carbs You Eat

Posted On February 29th, 2012

There has always been so many topics, books and fads on what types of fat you should eat and are better for you. According to they recommend that less than 10% of your diet should consist of fats and they should come from vegetable oils, fruits, nuts, vegetables, fish, less red meat (lean), and […]

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